In 1963, Implementation Engineers was called Ingersoll Engineers, and the company was established as a subsidiary to the Ingersoll Machine Milling Company to support the installation of Ingersoll’s large machines for its clients. That’s the beginning of Implementation Engineers. We’ve grown from those manufacturing roots and evolved as clients’ needs changed. In the ’80s, Ingersoll
Have you ever had an initiative fail to achieve its intended results? If that has happened to you, then you’ve experienced poor implementation. There may be a litany of reasons why initiatives fail, and they all fall in the category of poor implementation. Good ideas, good intentions, and good mobilization to make things happen, and
It’s that time of the year again. Business leaders are finalizing budgets for the next year. It’s also a good time to think about what projects and improvements to make in 2018. Here are a couple ideas to mull over when budgeting for large improvements. Decide what needs to be improved Look around. Do you
One vital component of the Implementation Engineers enCompass® methodology is the Improvement Operating System (IOS). This gear ensures results are effectively attained and sustained. The IOS is a structured, disciplined implementation framework and process that overcomes the types of implementation barriers often present in many organizational initiatives. The Improvement Operating System does the following: Educates
Sustainable results are important to every initiative. Implementation Engineers discovered years ago that implementation is the key to sustainable results. Implementation is what puts clients’ goals in action and keeps them in action long after our teams have moved on. IE’s success depends on our clients’ ability to sustain the results of our work together.
Getting an entire operation to accept change and adopt new processes after operational improvements can be a daunting task. Our client partnered with Implementation Engineers to increase throughput at two of its flagship mine operations, and to design and implement an Employee Engagement Program. The Employee Engagement Program required a change in behavior and attitude
5 ways IE improves companies, processes, people Every company needs a little tweak in its operations now and then. Whether it’s an update in the processes, a rejuvenation of skills, or becoming flexible to respond to changing demands in the market. Many times, business leaders need to squeeze out more profits with little money to
After the Programme Design Phase or PDP, the fun stuff begins. In the Implementation Execution & Sustainability Phase or Phase 2, activity ramps up, and results begin to happen quickly and become sustainable. Implementation Engineers incorporates all of the data and observations collected during the PDP and creates the road map for the entire initiative.
When Implementation Engineers team members arrive for an initial visit, we learn more about your company, find out leadership’s goals, and what issues are hindering progress or preventing profits. We observe operations, practices, methods, and let the data do the talking. We observe and, more importantly, we listen. In the end, we see what’s ticking